|Felipe Galvanv 2|
|The Chumash and Costanoan languages - Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960|
Keywords: Chumash language; Ohlone language
|Ohlone, Southern Swadesh List|
This document is licensed with a Creative Commons License by the The Rosetta Project. For more information, see http://www.rosettaproject.org/archive/collection
Keywords: css; Ohlone, Southern; Swadesh List
|4 Ten Years--From Occupied Ohlone Territory - Shaping San Francisco|
Excerpted from Mary Jean Robertson's essay "Reflections from Occupied Ohlone Territory" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Ohlone; American Indian Center; Alcatraz; Indian rights
|Episode 187 Bigfoot Discovery Musem Show|
In this episode Mike talks about the local Ohlone tribe and their experiences with the local Bigfoot. (please note that the camera fogged up a bit on this video, but this issue has now been resolved)
Keywords: bigfoot; sasquatch; felton; museum; chickens; reports; local; ohlone
|Indigenous Prehistory - Shaping San Francisco|
Imagine a time when the land that we know as the Franciscan Peninsula extended out to the Farallones and mastodons and tigers roamed freely. Imagine small seasonal villages along waterways engaged in trading across the bay, and tule canoes making the journey. Park Historian Breck Parkman will share his extensive research into the prehistory of the Bay Area, and Malcolm Margolin (Heyday Books, The Ohlone Way) joins in with his years of exploring the indigenous history of the region. Mary Je...
Keywords: indigenous; ohlone; Bay Area; pre-urban; pre-Spanish; prehistory
|Art Class Lecture - Simon Jiang|
This is the Professor Kenney Mencher's Art 101 lecture recording. Provided exclusively for Ohlone College students who are taking current class.
Keywords: art; history; class; college; lecture; Ohlone College; Kenney Mencher; Simon Jiang
|Ohlone Profiles Project - Shaping San Francisco|
The largest living Ohlone tribe began a migration from San Francisco's Mission Dolores in 1834 and now lives in Pomona, CA. From June 2012 to November 2013 the Ohlone Profiles Project is bringing this peninsula's original inhabitants back to this land where they will be holding community meetings, healing ceremonies, and other gatherings to begin a Truth and Reconciliation process between the City and the Tribe...
Keywords: Ohlone; indigenous; indian; San Francisco; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Federal recognition; Pomona; Bear dance; rituals
|Confronting Cultural Genocide Nov 7 2013 - Shaping San Francisco|
Doesn't European and American history in San Francisco begin with genocide? What does this mean in practice? Today, we have the chance to talk with people who descend from some of those who lived here before 1775, when Europeans arrived. We can't change what happened, but history is ongoing, including assumptions we hold today. What can we learn about San Francisco, the US, Europe, the Ohlone and Native America from this dialogue? Can "we" change who "we" are? The Ohlone Profiles Project wants...
Keywords: Ohlone; Native Americans; genocide; survival; Alcatraz; American Indians; Indian peoples; termination policy
|Living up in the trees - Franco Folini|
Living up in the trees Frank H. Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA
Keywords: tree; trees; Living up in the trees; tree house; casa sull'albero; protest; ohlone; protests; oakland; ca; california; us; usa; America; Ogawa; Plaza; ows; occupy oakland; Frank H. Ogawa Plaza; Ogawa Plaza; occupy wall street; native americans; indigeni; indiani
|Ten Years That Shook The City: San Francisco 1968-78 - Shaping San Francisco|
Chris Carlsson and LisaRuth Elliott will give a wide survey of the politics of 1968-78 by going through the forthcoming book "Ten Years That Shook the City: 1968-78," covering everything from Los Siete de la Raza to the housing and redevelopment politics of the era, the San Francisco State Strike to the lesser known strikes among rank-and-file activists in the local labor movement. Posters, lost murals, unknown ecological treasures, the Farm, and much more! The book won't be out until 2011 so th...
Keywords: 1960s; 1970s; San Francisco; politics; Third Worldism; SF State Strike; Los Siete de la Raza; Black Panthers; San Bruno Mountain; People's Food System; I-Hotel; Filipinos; Women's Liberation; Gay Liberation; GI Resistance; Communes; Ohlone; Native Americans; AIM; International Indian Treaty Council